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An amendment to the state constitution creating an "unalienable" right to firearms is keeping them in dangerous hands.
The Business of Guns
The Obama administration keeps blocking the import of nearly a million vintage American-made rifles. But lawmakers aren't ready to lay down arms.
A domestic manufacturer steps in after geopolitics halt the import of the Russian rifle.
"Next thing you know,” says an ex-writer for an NRA magazine, “you’re a communist, socialist, anti-American who hates the Constitution.”
The end of the state ban is the latest push to ease access to weapons regulated by the eight-decade-old National Firearms Act.
The Supreme Court ruled that same-sex marriage is a constitutional right. Does the same apply to carrying a gun in public?
In Charleston, the president showed a renewed sense of urgency for gun reform. But what about his past efforts?
Analysis shows that guns are the element that deadly attacks have in common.
GOP presidential contender expedites firearms permitting process for those "living under a direct or material threat."
How the tiny village of Cherrydale, Va., became the target of tremendous ire from gun-rights activists.